When David finds a mysterious machine that can copy living things, he thinks his problems are over. Now he can be in two places at once: at his grandmother's and out on a date. While the other David is in school, the real one can spend the day at the beach. The possibilities are endless. And they turn terrifying. David's duplicate has a mind, ideas, and desires of his own--and one of them is to see the real David dead.
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THE DUPLICATEUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
When David observes a seagull inexplicably made into two gulls by a machine (labeled "Spee-Dee-Dupe") that he has found on the beach, it occurs to him that this may be a solution to his immediate ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - notemily - LibraryThing
Ah, The Duplicate. I know I read this at least once for school and at least once on my own, but for some reason whenever I think of it, I just picture Calvin & Hobbes and Calvin's duplication "machine." Read full review